IPUL's E-News for September 18, 2020
Here are the highlights of our recent activity online. Not all everything is included due to timeliness. If an advertised event already took place, we've left it off.
Global Gene's unSummit - Transition to Adulthood Conversation
If you missed it live, you may wish to catch it later from their page. Global Gene's unSummit was featuring evening live events this week.

This event featured young adults with rare diseases discussing self-advocacy in transition to adulthood. Your child (or you, as a young person) may not have a rare condition but the information provided is helpful to anyone who has a disability or special health care need during that transition point.

Take a look. It was simply fantastic to hear their voices and their stories.
Vital Idaho With Beth Markley - Featuring Angela Lindig
We are happy to bring you this archived copy of Vital Idaho by Beth Markley. This episodes topic is about supporting students with disabilities during COVID-19 . Recorded on August 21, 2020, with our own Director, Angela Lindig.
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"When school goes online what happens to students who have special needs that make remote learning especially difficult? How do schools meet their obligation to provide a free and appropriate education under the law when students can't be in the building? How can parents, educators, and administrators work together to ensure no one is left behind?

Our guest this week is Angela Lindig, executive director of Idaho Parents Unlimited that assists families of children with disabilities and special health care needs. "

Webinar Para Familias
Fortaleciendo la Salud Mental de Los Cuidadores
From our counterparts in Puerto Rico:

The Puerto Rico Family-to-Family Center is offering a webinar on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 on the topic of promoting mental health among caregivers. This webinar will be in Spanish.

For more information, Email PrF2Fc.rcm@upr.edu

Puerto Rico Family-to-Family Center
Webinar Para Familias
Fortaleciendo la salud
mental de los cuidadores

Recurso: Dra. Angeles Acosta
Martes, 22 de septiembre
4:00 - 5:30 pm (Eastern)
Webinar por ZOOM
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Online Safety - IPUL's October 2020 Statewide Presentation
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This presentation will be looking at cyber-safety and ways to make sure your kids are as safe as possible in this new time of being online for school.  
Our statewide presentation is webcast monthly live via Zoom Webinar.  

Once you have registered, you will be sent an email with your registration confirmation as well as a link so you can join the webcast when it goes live. 
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, IPUL will only be offering this presentation online.  

We will be offering this training on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 6:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time  

Phone: (208) 342-5884 
question ask here
Contact Idaho Parents Unlimited!

The best method to reach us for assistance is through our website:  
https://ipulidaho.org/connect-with-us#contact-us-here . You can also shoot us a question using the abbreviated version of that form at the bottom of every page on our website, although we may need to get more information from you.

We monitor our intake phone line (208-342-5884) several times a day, and will try to respond to any request there within 24 hours. We use an automated intake phone system, so you will be leaving a message.

For questions that are not about something in our scope of work, you can still leave a phone message as above, send the question to the form on our website, or shoot us an email at parents@ipulidaho.org.

We keep our website updated with new news and events, and maintain a presence on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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